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Posted: 09 December 2010 at 10:23pm | IP Logged
Vikrant Massey, who plays Murli in the show "Baba Aiso Varr Dhoondo", is glad with the response he's getting to his show .

So what got him excited about the character Murli, a non-glamourous role? Vikrant says, "When the producer of the show narrated the script to me, I was totally convinced to play Murli simply because I identify a lot with the character as I too have gone through similar struggle in life. Besides that, it was a good story, the character was great, so I just went with my gut feeling. The show has a social message associated with its content, which I totally stand by. I don't see midgets as abnormal people. In the show, we show that they are very normal people and it is absolutely wrong to poke fun and look down upon them. I believe in the ethics and core content of the show."

So how did he feel working with his co-star Juhi Aslam, who is a newcomer and has no background in acting? "There's no better actress than Juhi who could play the character of Bharti so well. She has done an outstanding job. In fact I have to match up to her level of acting because she is playing herself, straight form her heart. We are very good friends. Juhi is a wonderful person and keeps cracking jokes on the sets and keeps everyone entertained."

As for his first impression of Juhi Aslam, Vikram says, "When I met Juhi for the first time, she seemed very confident. I, however had my doubts as to whether she will be able to pull off the role with ease or not. But over a period of time she proved her prowess."

Offscreen with regard to women in his life, how much do looks matter? Vikrant says, "I'm already in a relationship for the past four years. I'll be honest and say that looks are important for me. But ultimately it all boils down to, how much a girl loves. Had I not been in a relationship, I would have no issues falling in love with a midget. I wouldn't mind as long as she loves me and takes care of me and my family."



Read more: Juhi's the best actress: Vikrant Massey - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Juhis-the-best-actress-Vikrant-Massey/articleshow/7071036.cms#ixzz17gQcD94J
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Gaushala pampers Bharti in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..

Gaushala gets close with Bharti and pampers her a lot in Imagine's Baba Aiso Var Dhoondo
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Gaushala pampers Bharti in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo.

Gaushala gets close with Bharti and pampers her a lot in Imagine's Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo...

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Dance sequence in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo!

Gaushala organizes a dance performance soon after the engagement of Veena and Prakash in ...

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Bharti woos Murli in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..

Bharti will for the first time try to get close to Murli in Imagine's Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..

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JUHI ASLAM
[17 Jan 2011]

"PEOPLE PASS COMMENTS AND MAKE FUN OF MY HEIGHT"

TELEVISION'S LITTLE WONDER






Tall, fair, drop dead gorgeous – that's what everyone expects a TV actress to be, at the very least. Because in today's times, it is not just your acting skills that are essential. A strikingly beautiful face with a body to match, is as much a necessity. After all, it is the lead actress that provides the show with its much needed glamour quotient. So where does that leave actresses who aren't conventionally good-looking or 5'5'' tall or don't fit into size 4? Out of the running, you may think. Not really. That's what debutant actress Juhi Aslam has proved to one and all.

Standing tall at 3'5'', Juhi is not your typical TV actress. In spite of her short height, she has bagged the lead role in Baba Aiso Var Dhoondo. And in no time, she has made a place for herself in the TV world and in the hearts of millions of viewers. Showtime catches up with this unusual actress.

"I had never dreamt of pursuing acting as a full-time profession. I was just like any other girl. I was doing my Bachelors and then intended to study medicine. In fact, I always wanted to become a doctor. In my second year holidays, this casting coordinator approached me and asked me to audition for a certain serial. At that time, I didn't really think much about it. I just recorded my performance at home on the mobile phone and sent it for the heck of it," Juhi recollects.

"About a month later, I got a call from the show's producers. They asked me to come to Mumbai. Once I came down here and met them, they told me that I was selected for the main lead. I didn't know how to react. Most of all, I was nervous. You see, at that time, I didn't know anything about acting. I had never done any theatre or plays – acting was never in the scheme of things. But they assured me that I'd do a good job. They told me that I fit the role to the T. That gave me a little confidence. And just like that, I was a part of the show," she smiles.

Thus began Juhi's tryst with the world of glamour. But it wasn't an easy ride. Having bagged the lead role, she had to keep her look under wraps, lest the media got whiff of it. "Considering the subject of our show, I was the surprise package. So the makers were very clear that my look and identity should not be revealed till the show was telecast. They were afraid that if the media got hold of me, then the surprise element of the show would be lost. So Paswan Sir, who is the writer as well as the producer, decided that I should put up at his place. That way, my identity and look would be a secret till the show started," she takes a breather and continues, "So I stayed at his place for almost two-and-a-half months. He is a wonderful person and took very good care of me. He didn't make me feel as if I was away from home. Even now that I've shifted to my own place in Mira Road, I go to his place whenever I get the time."

The rest, as they say, is history. No sooner was the show aired that it became a hot topic of conversation. Everyone was talking about the show's protagonist and the difficulties she faced in the serial. Ask her if she faced any trouble in real life owing to her height and she is quick to reply, "Of course, I went through my share of difficulties. Even now, minor incidents keep happening. Like when I go to college or to a function, people turn around and start looking at me. I can feel them staring at me and wondering about my height. Some people even pass comments about it and make fun of it. It isn't easy. What can you do about it? Sometimes even I lose my temper and retort. But I usually try to ignore such things."

Life hasn't been easy for her. Even the most common and everyday incidents would remind of her unnaturally short height. "You know, in college, when we did our practicals in the lab, I used to feel bad because I could never reach for the bottles on the racks. I always had to ask my friends to get it for me. That made me feel a little helpless. Even my teachers would tell my lab partner 'Go, help her. She can't get the bottles on her own'," she reminisces.



But she refuses to let it all affect her. The spirited girl that she is, she sees the lighter side of things. "Just recently, I went to my college for my admission purposes. I went up to the man who was collecting the admission forms. He looked at me and asked me who I had come with. He must have assumed that I was a kid who had come for someone else's admission. I told him that I had come all by myself and I was seeking an admission for myself. He was dumbfounded for some time," she laughs.

A genetic disorder, it has been running in Juhi's family for generations. But not one to fret over it, Juhi turned her shortcoming around and made it her asset. "Earlier, even I used to see my height as a shortcoming. But since the serial has happened, I realized that my height is in fact my biggest strength. People know me, on screen and off screen, only because of my height. It was only because I was so short that I got selected for the role. Had I been of normal height, then I'd have never got the chance to work in this show," she points out matter-of-factly.

The serial has given her immense confidence and it shows as she emphatically states, "You should not hide your weaknesses. And you should never be ashamed of them. I firmly believe that when God gives you a weakness, he also gives you strength in some form or the other. He always balances it out. So look for your strength and work on it."
Having borne the brunt of ridicule herself, she unabashedly lashes out at those who are insensitive enough to scoff at other people's shortcomings. "People who make fun of our weakness should realise that even they must be having some or the other limitation. It's just that ours is obvious and theirs is not. So, instead of laughing at us, they should work on their own shortcomings."


Veering back to her professional life, Juhi still finds it hard to believe that her on-screen character Bharti has been so widely accepted and loved by the audience. This Shikorabad born girl considers herself fortunate to be a part of the enticing world of television, but agrees that it comes with its share of hardships. "When you sit on your couch and watch a serial on TV, you feel acting is cakewalk. But it is far from that. It takes a lot of patience and tremendous effort to act convincingly in front of the camera. Plus, the schedules are crazy. You have long hours and sometimes there are day-night schedules. So it gets quite taxing," she confesses.

But Juhi admits that it has its pros too. "Once you step in the TV industry, your life is made. You don't have to turn and look behind. Seeing my success, my friends back home tell me that even they want to try their hand at acting. They keep telling me, mujhe bhi chance de do. In fact, back home, the entire town treats me like a star," she grins.

Well, she is a star alright. Not so much for her brilliant portrayal of Bharti on screen, but for the confidence and determination she has shown in real life. Anyone else would have crumbled in the face of such shortcomings. Not Juhi though. She not only took her disadvantage in her stride but also turned it into her biggest strength. And today, after achieving stardom and success, this girl stands tall – maybe not in inches, but definitely as a person.

*By Eepsita Guha  

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Murli and family go behind bars in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..


Murli and family go behind bars in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..

Imagine's Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo will see Murli and his family getting into trouble, with regards to Bharti getting burnt..

Raakesh Paswan and Nikhil Sinha's Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo on Imagine saw a major highpoint yesterday when Bharti (Juhi Aslam) got caught in fire and was rushed to the hospital for treatment.  Though Murli (Vikrant Massey) saved her at the right moment,  Rupesh is very livid on seeing her daughter getting burnt. He has called the police team to do their investigation. 

While all this happens, Gaushala (Ashita Dhawan) who was witness to the entire accident stays mum. As we know, Gaushala had placed the sugar bottle in the top most portion of the cupboard to cause an inconvenience to Bharti. When Bharti climbs up to take the bottle, her palloo hits the stove that is on and catches fire. However, Gaushala does not bother to help Bharti even when she sees the fire spreading. 

In the coming week, the police will summon the family of Murli to the station to question them. They feel that Bharti has been burnt by them for dowry. 

Our source states, "When Murli and his family come to the police station, Murli argues with the police and says that he was the one who saved Bharti. And there is no reason why they would try to burn her. Murli who is unaware of Gaushala's part in the whole fiasco, fights for his family. In the process, the family members get into a heated argument with the police people, after which they are put behind bars". 

"Even when in jail, the members of the family argue within themselves and create a chaos, after which the ladies are separated from the men by the police", adds our source. 

We contacted Ashita Dhawan aka Gaushala and she says, "I don't know what will happen next but as of now Bharti has met with an accident and there are chances for the family to  be put behind bars".

Will the fact about Gaushala being witness to the whole scenario come to the fore? How will Murli and his family react when they get to know of this? 

Catch the drama on Imagine's Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo..

Reporter and Author: Tejashree Bhopatkar

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Bharti to be kidnapped in Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo?

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